I would like to say there "can be", because there seems to be an inner readiness to RECOGNIZE this dimension rather than to invent it. There has been a very remarkable direction of Focusing, which developed almost concurrently with the main therapeutic direction some years ago. 

When we enter into something that is real in ourselves - the truth of ourselves - via felt sense, with respect and "caring feeling presence", with no intention to change, fix, or manipulate or push it away, but dwell in the truth of oneself however difficult it might seem - something happens, something changes ("carries forward"). The change that happens is not produced by ourselves or by the therapist/listener, but that change COMES to us. It is often surprising, unexpected, fresh and new.  For a believer this is how GRACE feels in our own body. By allowing that what needs our attention to just be as it is - we leave "space for grace" for the gift to come in. BioSpiritual Focusing explores the link between Focusing and Spirituality. The body has the ability to experience "felt meaning" as the bridge into the experience of Spirit. Meaning comes as spontaneous gift and surprise. It is not a by-product of logic and reason and can not be controlled or predicted. There is a transcendent or "graced" quality to the meaning in the body. BioSpiritual Focusing opens the hidden door to this wisdom into the world of inner knowing and gift.

Felt meaning in your body opens the door to larger Body that provides you with new energy and new information.  This course explores the link between Focusing and Spirituality. Crossing the mind-knowing of our information-based culture, with our spirit-based body wisdom, opens a whole new paradigm of human awareness for exploration - the heart of healthy prayer.


DVDs The Body’s Search for Spirit


The Road ahead


Folio article - personal experiential process

The Bigger Picture, by Nada Lou



BioSpirituality -  Focusing as the way to grow

Peter A. Campbell, Edwin M. McMahon

Rediscovering the Lost Connection within Christian Spirituality

Edwin M. McMahon, Peter A. Campbell